10 Ways To Easily Organize Your Bathroom For 2014

It’s 2014 people! And that means it’s time to get your life together. No more excuses. No more saying “tomorrow is the day.” Make tomorrow today! And start by eliminating the clutter in your life.

Your friend who is constantly posting pictures of their lunch on Instagram… Gone. That one Facebook friend who continually feels the need to alert you on how many “burpees” they did at Crossfit… Gone. The person you follow on Twitter who Tweets a live play-by-play from every professional sporting event… #Gone #SorryNotSorry.

Your life needs less clutter. Less clutter leads to less stress. And a great way to start eliminating clutter is by getting organized. And where better to start than in the bathroom? Home to an endless array of products that never seem to have a proper home, the bathroom is a location that needs organization.

Below, check out these quick, cheap, DIY bathroom storage ideas that do not require any remodeling or expensive furniture pieces.

1. Attach a magnet to the inside of your cabinet to store tweezers or nail clippers

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2. Use a magnetic rack to store additional tools

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3. Use PVC pipe to hold curlers and hair straighteners

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4. Or use a magazine rack on the inside of your cabinets

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5. Make adorable, modern wall storage out of mason jars

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6. Use old glass bottles to hold hair ties and bracelets

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7. Put a shelf on the top of your door for extra storage

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8. Hang baskets on a rail to hold towels

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9. Use old bottle caps to hold up your toothbrushes

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10. Take an old votive holder filled with coffee beans to hold makeup accessories

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For more amazingly creative storage ideas, make sure you check out this awesome Buzzfeed article here.

And be sure to follow Speakman® on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and Instagram for daily DIY storage ideas.

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